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WHAT TO WATCH ON WATERBEAR THIS WEEK

WHAT TO WATCH ON WATERBEAR THIS WEEK


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Call Me Priya

Priya is a young girl in south­ern India who is one of mil­lions of mod­ern day slaves, work­ing in the gar­ment industry.

Priya is trapped in a world that tells her she is worth nothing more than to be a slave. But when a teacher believes in her, she discovers something powerful, herself. This film is being used in a year-long curriculum in over 400 villages with over 10,000 young girls in Tamil Nadu, India to help end modern day slavery.

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The Big Fix

The Big Fix is a 2012 doc­u­men­tary film about two film­mak­ers, Josh and Rebec­ca Tick­ell, as they trav­el along the coast of the Gulf of Mex­i­co meet­ing the res­i­dents whose lives were changed by the Deep­wa­ter Hori­zon oil spill.

The film argues that BP has utilised the oil dispersant Corexit in the Gulf to create the illusion that the Louisiana beaches are safe and the water (and seafood) uncontaminated.

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A Failure of the Imagination

Every year, the UK food indus­try wastes 1.9 mil­lion tonnes of food. This film doc­u­ments the sto­ry of one chef and his efforts to change this.

Five years ago, Douglas McMaster opened the restaurant Silo, hoping to change the unsustainable practices of modern food systems. His aim was simple, yet frighteningly ambitious: create an award-winning menu using a zero-waste food system designed from scratch.

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The Pangolin Man

A self-fund­ed, one-woman-crew short doc­u­men­tary about one local Ugan­dan man, and his fight to save the most ille­gal­ly trad­ed mam­mal in the world.

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